Ballot Access 2020

A note from Green Party of Washington Ballot Access Coordinators:

GPUS and GPWA are now urgently collecting the petitions required to gain WA State election ballot access & status for the Green Party for the 2020 federal elections.
WA State denies the Green Party automatic access to the WA State election ballot and imposes a voter petition requirement on the GPUS.

We are now reaching out to you and your friends and co-workers to help collect 2,000 voter signatures before 25 July 2020 to qualify the Green Party for the WA State election ballot in November 2020.

Only currently registered voters in WA State can sign these petitions and they must sign with their full name as that name is recorded on their County Elections Dept voter registration and they must use their residence address as that address is recorded on their County Elections Dept voter registration (even if they moved to a new address but did not officially notify their County Elections Dept of their new address).
A copy of the WA State Petition is provided below this email for you to print out as a paper copy (only paper printout petition forms are acceptable), and there is also a website link provided from where you can print the petition too.  Please print copies of this petition and have your registered voter family, friends, and workmates sign the form now.

 Download the Green Party Nominating Petition here

Important – Send your completed petition form before 25 July via postal mail to:Green Party of Washington, PO Box 70493, Seattle, WA 98127  
As a follow-up contact to this email we will telephone you soon to remind you of the urgency for this petition gathering effort by all Green Party supporters and friends in WA State (unless you inform us via email that you do not need a tel call).  For any questions or assistance, please reply to this email address.

We look forward to a very effective and successful WA State election ballot access petition gathering effort with you.
Thank you for your support and involvement in the GP US and the GPWA.”

 Herb Camet, Jr., M.A., PCV
Member, Coordinating Council of GPWA